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“Trans-Siberian Journey Light”

Russia, Baikal

Route: Moscow – Irkutsk – Listvyanka – Ulan-Bator
duration - 11 days / 10 nights


Departure from Moscow at 13:25.

Take a Trans-Siberian train towards the Asian part of Russia.


You will spend Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4 on the train interacting with other fellow-travelers and overlooking Russian nature sceneries on the way.


Arrival in Irkutsk in the morning.
Car transfer to the village situated only 60km away from Irkutsk – Listvyanka.
Check-in to a mini-hotel.
Guided walk to a local biological museum that also has a set of aquariums, among which there is the only one with mammal representative, the Baikal Seal, inside. Take a chair-lift to a nearby view point. There you’ll get a chance to take panoramic pictures of Baikal from above. Enjoy your visit to a local 19th century wooden St.Nicolas Church and a local fish market where you’ll see a great variety of fish and different ways of cooking it.
Free time.

Enjoy your banya (Russian sauna) in the evening.


Free day in Listvyanka.


Check-out from the mini-hotel.
Transfer to Irkutsk.
Enjoy a 2-hour walking city tour. It starts at the historical part of the city: Epiphany Cathedral, the oldest stone-structure Church of our Saviour and the only Catholic Cathedral in Irkutsk, Polish Roman Catholic Church. The tour leads you through the Kirov Square and circus, taking you to the main street of Irkutsk, the Karl Marks Street. You’ll walk along the street to get to the Angara river embankment. Right there, where is the monument to Alexander III, all young people gather together, so you’ll have a chance to see “the youth culture” of Irkutsk.
Free time until the transfer to the train station in the evening.

Departure from Irkutsk.


You’ll spend Day 8 on the train to Ulan-Bator enjoying the scenery along the railroad.


Arrival in Ulan-Bator in the morning.
Transfer to the Hustain Nuruu (Pike Hustai), National Reserved area, with the Przewalski wild horses, that were reintroduced back into Mongolia.

Dinner and overnight in the ger (Mongolian yurt).

DAY 10

Transfer to Ulan-Bator and check-in to the hotel.
On the sightseeing tour you'll go to the Gandan Monastery – the center of Mongolian Buddhism, and join the monks for the morning prayer. After the monastery we will go to visit the National History Museum, which holds a permanent exhibition of the different civilizations, that have inhabited the territory of Mongolia from prehistoric times to the present, including a significant display of objects from the era of the Great Mongol Empire. We will walk for a while  in the center of the city to get some  knowledge about  the life of this modern city.

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 11

Check-out at 12.00.

Transfer to the railway station.

The tour includes

  • 2nd class train tickets Moscow-Irkutsk-Ulan-Bator;
  •  Guesthouse accommodation in Listyanka (shared facilities);
  •  3-star hotel accommodation in Ulan Bator;
  •  Ger camp accommodation in Mongolia;
  •  National park entrance fees;
  •  Museum tickets;
  •  ESG;
  •  Transport as listed in the itinerary;
  •  Meals as listed in the itinerary;
  •  Russian sauna on Day 5;
  • Visa support.


Company reserves the right to change the program without changing the volume of services provided. If you miss or fail to appear, tourist company reserves the right to change the sequence of program execution without changing the volume of services provided. The duration of its individual elements may change before departure and during the execution of the tour. Elements of the program, depending on climate conditions and actions beyond the control of the organizer and organizations (road, the local administration, etc.) may be excluded from the program, based on the actual situations on the route.
Tour program can be adjusted according to the wishes of the group.